Somalia

National Drought Plan and resilience framework for Somalia

Executive
Framework
Plan
Passed in 2020
The National Drought Plan and the Drought Impact & Needs Assessment and Recovery & Resilience Framework are two separate, complementary documents.

The Drought Plan seeks to provide Somalia with a system and mechanism to mitigate droughts and enable the establishment of a resilient society that can withstand the drought shocks. It focuses on the following strategic themes: 1) Drought Monitoring and Prediction, 2) Drought Impact assessment, 3) Drought Preparedness through sustainable use of Water, Land and Natural resources, and 4) Improving Emergency Drought Response.

The Recovery and Resilience Framework aims to provide the basis for policymaking, institutionalisation and financing of recovery and long- term development. It is supported by the Drought Impact & Needs Assessment that provides an assessment of drought damage and loss impacts and an estimation of recovery and resilience needs.




Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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